|A Breitling Ad at the airport called ATL|
All I knew was that Breitling makes watches for pilots. I've read a few reviews in high end watch magazines in the past. But, when I reached my destination, I read even more while waiting for my bags and ground transportation.
From the company website, I quickly learned that Breitling has been a leader in technical watches since 1884. Each of their movements is chronometer certified. Plus Breitling is one of the last remaining independent Swiss watch makers. Thus each of their movements is "their movement" and today that is truly special. I found the Navitimer 01 on the website and learned that there are even options for the watch in red gold. I wasn't surprised. Nothing proclaims success and competence better than a Breitling.
Of course, I had work to do and such a fine watch is still outside my comfortable price range. But, if it's within your price range, this dream watch would be a wonderful addition to your collection. It would also make the perfect Christmas gift. You should get this one right here --
Beware of buying a watch on Authenticwatches.com. They sell grey goods, the watchmakers warranty is void and the watchmaker can not assure you when buying from them that the watch is new or genuine. The website Authenticwatches.com while pretending to be owbn by Authenticwatches.com, Inc is actually owned by Tranik Enterprises, Inc. In 2005 They specifically filed to change their legal name from Authenticwatches.com, Inc to Tranik Enterprises, Inc.ReplyDelete
Here is a question you need to ask yourself: What valid reason could a business have for changing their legal name to something entirely different and then continue to use their old business name, and not list their legal name anywhere on the website, documents, or anywhere, anyone can find it.
Before buying checkout and read the complaints on the better business bureau:
Read about the guy who thought he was buying a new Rolex watch but it came missing all stickers and AW refused to take it back.
Here is AW’s response “Client claims to have received timepiece in a condition other than what was advertised. At no point in time was the timepiece advertised as "new" nor "brand new". At no point in time was the timepiece advertised to come with factory stickers.”
There are many more horror stories on the BBB and other site. Just spend a few minutes searching before you buy. Buyer beware!